Who is cheering for infrastructure?
With the Conservative leadership election underway, we chart the candidates’ experience, supporters and comments on development and infrastructure. Check out […]Read the full article
Will the next leader of the Conservative Party take UK solar into the sunlit uplands?
For now it remains difficult to predict specific policy changes for solar. What will likely be needed is a change […]Read the full article
What’s The Hardest Job in Net Zero?
Investing in new infrastructure and lowering emissions. An oxymoron? Or the hardest jobs in net zero? For those delivering vital […]Read the full article
Net zero delivery requires action in the form of words
Connor Nichols, Account Executive at Copper, argues that the UK needs to turn its net zero commitments into tangible action, […]Read the full article
What now for levelling up?
Amongst the media-led noise surrounding Government resignations over the last week, the future of key Whitehall policies has quietly been […]Read the full article
How to fill 7,200 environmental roles by 2025 – is specialising the answer?
10 new hires a day. Every day. For the next two and a half years. That is what’s needed to […]Read the full article
The 2021 Census – Powering Copper’s Insights
The team at Copper have waited with bated breath for the today’s first tranche of the UK’s 2021 census data. […]Read the full article
Local Elections Series 2022: Blaenau Gwent
Local Elections this Thursday 5 May 2022 will take place amidst a cost of living and energy security crisis, the war in […]Read the full article
Local Elections Series 2022: Nuneaton and Bedworth
Read the latest in our series of blogs looking ahead to the upcoming May local elections, as Senior Account Executive […]Read the full article